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Dyno Project 

Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

   
Type:  Boulder, 15'
Consensus:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
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Submitted By: SteveSchultz on May 19, 2009

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Almost got it! Kelsen climbing.

Description 

Start in the middle of the face, climb up to good crimps and jump past all of the blank rock to a high jug. Play the tall card if you can.

Location 

To the right of Slope of Dadaism.

Protection 

Pads


Photos of Dyno Project Slideshow Add Photo
The Gentleman going big.
The Gentleman going big.
Thune with the big ups
Thune with the big ups
Project goes up middle of face.
Project goes up middle of face.
So far, yet so close.
So far, yet so close.
Another look.
BETA PHOTO: Another look.

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By Remo
From: Madison, WI
Jun 28, 2009

This line is so good, what a great dyno move. You have to pull and push with everything you've got.
By SteveSchultz
Jun 29, 2009

Very cool Remo!! does is seem doable? I know Tim Halbakken was said to have worked this a little bit and I'm not sure if he ever did it.
By Remo
From: Madison, WI
Jun 29, 2009

Steve, it does seem totally doable. I came maybe 4 or 5 inches or so from the hold. I feel like it will go with a little more push.
By EB
From: Winona
Jul 1, 2009

I would be happy to come down and do it! I'm sure its only 10+. Let me know I'll stay away for a while to give you more time if you'd like. Git on it!
By Tradoholic
Jul 2, 2009

Kelsen was very close today. Soon...very soon. Friction was weak today, maybe later in the year.
By Ian CB
Jan 11, 2012
rating: V10 7C+

We tried this today and figured some stuff out. This seems like it will be one of the coolest when it goes. Shorter folks could do it too. The hold you chuck to is not a jug. It is slopey. Should be hard and awesome.
By Hemberger
From: Madison, Wisconsin
Jan 11, 2012

Yes, for sure very, very hard. Even if you can get to the hold, snagging it is a whole other challenge. Psyched!
By Brian Runnells
Mar 19, 2012

This is indeed pretty cool although I have an innate fear that I will leave my fingers behind in that left hand pocket as I launch for the rail!
By Ian CB
Mar 30, 2014
rating: V10 7C+

After trying this more I definitely agree with Brian.... be careful! A devastating hand/ finger injury seems alarmingly realistic....
By Paul Campbell
From: Waukesha, WI
Mar 30, 2014

Back a few years ago when I was doing Slope of D my foot slipped and the fingers on my right hand decided to stay behind in the pocket during the fall. First and only finger related injury, I was out for a few months.